Climate Anxiety

The Road to COP27: Making the Just Transition a reality
Climate Anxiety

The Global Wind Energy Council and The Conduit have partnered this year to drive the conversation ahead of COP27 in Egypt. We’ll look at the transversal issues facing those fighting to tackle climate change, and the topics that which will be top of the agenda for world leaders in November.

One of those key challenges will be ensuring a just transition; one that takes every region forward to a world powered by renewable energy, and one where everybody has left polluting fossil fuels behind.

The partnership’s second podcast looks at a topic lots of people wrestle with, but not everyone fully recognises. We’re talking about climate anxiety and its effects on society.

GWEC’s Reshmi Ladwa is joined by Sacha Wright, Research and Curriculum coordinator at the Force of Nature, to delve into this emerging area of discussion which picks apart attitudes and starts to unravel how climate anxieties affect people and play out into wider society.

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Climate Anxiety

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In The Conduit and GWEC's second partnership podcast we look at a topic lots of people wrestle with, but not everyone fully recognises. We're talking about climate anxiety and its effects on society. GWEC’s Reshmi Ladwa is joined by Sacha Wright, Research and Curriculum coordinator at the Force of Nature, to delve into this emerging area of discussion which picks apart attitudes and starts to unravel how climate anxieties affect people and play out into wider society.